For our September and October departures, it’s not as hot and not as crowded which should tick all the boxes. It’s also at the peak of the grape harvest season so your stop at the wine fountain of the Irache Monastery and the La Rioja wine region should feel all the more fruitful!
That said, with nature, anything is possible, and if we could guarantee the weather we would! So while we can’t promise no rain, we’ve done our best to earmark the best times of year to set out on your hike.
3. It's ideal for your wellbeing
While historically this journey has been considered very spiritual and religious, today many people travel this route to find deeper meaning or simply connect with nature.
Nonetheless it’s great for your health and wellbeing, and even getting ready to take on this challenge means you’ll become part of a community of like-minded travelers.
What’s more, this is the perfect tour to disconnect from the every day and truly get away from it all to find better balance and clarity if you’ve been feeling overwhelmingly busy of late. It’s as much a journey for the mind as it is for the body!